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HRE Unveils 3D-Printed Titanium Wheels
The company printed the wheels using an electron beam melting process.
HRE Unveils 3D-Printed Titanium Wheels
The company printed the wheels using an electron beam melting process.
Editor’s Pick: Metal Additive Printer Handles Crack-Prone Materials
Electron beam melting metal additive manufacturing system said to incorporate new features that lower costs.
Metal Additive Printer Handles Crack-Prone Materials
Electron beam melting metal additive manufacturing system said to incorporate new features that lower costs.
An April Additive Manufacturing Odyssey: RAPID + TCT 2018
A recap of the RAPID + TCT 2018 conference.
3D Printing Powder Market to Grow 20.3%
According to a new report from Transparency Market Research, North America is largest part of the 3D printing powder material market, with 38% of global demand.
GE Additive Ups Stake in Arcam
The completion of the Arcam transaction is just the latest expansion of the GE Additive division.
7 First Steps to Design for Additive Manufacturing
Design for additive manufacturing looks at the bare-bones function of a part and how to produce it via additive manufacturing.
Industrial Issues in Additive Manufacturing
3D printing industry confronts industrial printing challenges of consistency, education and more.
Sintavia Raises the Bar for Production-Level, 3D-Printed Parts
Sintavia is already expanding its facilities to handle the increasing customer workload, with goals of adding 35 more AM systems plus larger furnaces and HIP equipment by 2020.
Metal 3D Printing: Making the Unprintable, Printable
Metal additive manufacturing is not a rescue for a bad design, but with thoughtful preparation, users can get strong, lightweight parts that exceed their expectations.
ThyssenKrupp to Open 3D Print Center
The new center will open in September and will produce both plastic and metal parts.
Formnext 2016: 3D Printing Pauses for a Reality Check
The 3D printing hype has given way to real solutions for additive manufacturing via robotic, material and software innovations.
GE Plans to sell 10,000 Additive Machines During Next 10 Years
GE says it is fully focused on becoming a leading supplier of additive machines, materials and software for several industry segments, including 3D Printing, power generation, automotive, medical and electronics.
Manufacturing Goes Digital
Software and hardware for the new era of manufacturing advances additive technology.
Arcam Unveils Metal 3D Printers
Systems designed for making aerospace components and orthopedic implants.



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